Implementations of the popular Message Queuing Telemetry Transport (MQTT) Publish and Subscribe Protocol are now subject to rigorous testing.
Cloud platform providers using MQTT can enhance their solutions to help clients test their apps before launching.
IoT implementers can test their apps and devices with a high quality, commercial test suite in their lab or in the cloud.
MQTT is a lightweight, low-power/bandwidth, publish/subscribe messaging protocol ideal for sensors, mobile devices, and the Internet of Things (IoT).
MQTT is widely deployed. MQTT is the foundation message transport in Amazon’s AWS IoT. MQTT client libraries are already in-place in common development tool chains for IoT devices. And there are several MQTT brokers (servers) ranging from the open-source Mosquitto to large scale cloud deployments from Amazon, Microsoft, and IBM.
IWL’s MQTT Test Suite may be used to evaluate the quality of both MQTT brokers (servers) and clients.
The IWL MQTT Test Suite supports MQTT 3.1.1 (an OASIS standard)
The new IWL MQTT Test Suite provides tests written in Python for easy inspection and customization. The user interface features both a web browser and a command line interface with Python programmatic APIs or shell commands.
The MQTT Test Suite will be available 1 November 2018. To get more information when it becomes available and/or reserve your copy:
Or via email, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on MQTT, see the MQTT Tutorial
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